PEER’s Involvement in Eco-Enforcement
PEER works to support the enforcement of environmental and natural resource laws at the federal, state and local levels. The need for protection for our natural resources and public health has never been greater. Even as the need for strong environmental and natural resource protection is growing, enforcement programs are facing declining budgets, lower staffing levels, and dispirited morale.
Forest, Parks, and Lands Enforcement
PEER is dedicated to serving law enforcement rangers, agents and other professionals working in our forests, ranges and parklands.
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Referrals, Prosecutions, and Convictions Continue Freefall to Historic Lows
Billion $ Minnesota Nickel /Copper Mine Will Cause Big Pollution Headaches
Official Claims of Near Universal Pollution Compliance Flatly Untrue
Proposed Budget Cuts Threaten Nation’s Drinking Water Quality
Navy Won’t Reveal Radiation Standards for “Free Release” of Contaminated Tracts
Lawsuit Seeks Navy Next Steps to Remedy Tetra-Tech Radiation Falsifications
Corporate Compliance Now Presumed Despite Evaporation of Enforcement
Moving from National Training Academy to Shorter Courses at Non-NPS Facilities
Navy Refused to Review Tetra Tech Work Despite Extensive Hunters Point Fraud
Staff Ordered Not to Transmit Comments Even on Controversial Projects
The EPA Enforcement and Compliance History Online (ECHO) website contains databases that users can search for facilities around the country and see past compliance records. Beyond just searching ECHO for pollution sources in your area, for example, you also can:...
Pollution often slips through the cracks of state and federal enforcement. The reasons vary widely, from neglect to deliberate turning of heads to political pressure to technological failures. Citizens can fill those cracks. Americans can, and frequently do, assist...
Some basic concepts related to state implementation and enforcement of federal environmental laws are: State Delegation “State Delegation” is when the federal law in question delegates some or all enforcement to the state agencies, typically after the state’s program...
EPA pursues three different types of enforcement actions: Administrative actions are non-judicial enforcement measures taken by a state agency or EPA using its own authority. They do not involve a judicial process. An administrative action may be either: 1) a notice...
Chemical Safety Board Shirked Its Clean Air Act Mandate to Protect Communities
Federal Intervention Needed If State Continues to Ignore Major Pollution Violations
Lowest Number of New Anti-Pollution Cases in 30 Years
Oil and Oil Sands Pay No Federal Taxes Despite Potentially Huge Cleanup Costs
Humans and Wildlife at Risk by End of Critical Monitoring and Pollution Testing
EPA Guidance Says Surveillance Technology Supplants Need for Physical Barriers